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Lower East Side »

Service will be suspended in Lower Manhattan overnights May 1 to 5 and May 8 to 12, the MTA said. 

Midtown »

The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, A, E, D, F, G, J, M, N and R trains will all be impacted.

East Williamsburg »

The buses will be ready for April 1, 2019 when the shutdown between Bedford Ave. and 8th Ave begins.

Midtown »

Nearly 80 percent of subway stations are inaccessible for people who can't use stairs, advocates said.

Upper East Side »

The Select Bus Service will cut down commute time for those who travel on 79th Street across town.

Upper East Side »

In some parts of the neighborhood, taxi use has declined by nearly 20 percent, the report says.

Midtown »

Service was suspended earlier Wednesday evening because of signal problems, the agency said. 

Midtown »

The Wi-Fi enabled buses will eventually make up about 40 percent of the MTA's fleet. 

Fort Wadsworth »

Rep. Donovan wrote letters to the MTA to study the potential benefits of bringing back two-way tolling.

Union Square »

Service was briefly suspended between Manhattan and Brooklyn while police chased after the people. 

Fort Greene »

Barry Randolph, 40, was arrested for striking the woman on March 31, police said. 

Mott Haven »

The person was hit by a northbound 6 train Tuesday evening. 

Woodside »

It was not immediately clear what the man was doing on the tracks, according to the MTA.

Upper West Side »

West 81st Street co-op residents aren't happy with plans for a dedicated bus lane on their street. 

Civic Center »

Transit advocates and a top MTA board member have been pushing for the subsidized MetroCards for months.